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  • Ascorbyl Monophosphate: A Stable Form of Vitamin C

    Did you know that there is more than one form of vitamin C? You may be wondering: if this is the case, which one is best for my horse?
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    Vitamin E-ssential - The Importance of Vitamin E Supplementation

    Have you ever wondered why vitamin E supplementation is so important for some horses? Ensuring that your horse receives all of the necessary vitamins and minerals can be difficult, and with so many supplements and balancers available it can be hard to know which one is right for them. In this article we will discuss the importance of vitamin E, how much is appropriate for your horse, and which type you should look for in the ingredients lists.
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    The (o)mega benefits of DHA and EPA

    Omegas are the name for polyunsaturated fatty acids which cannot be produced by the body and must therefore be obtained from the diet. It is well documented in both human and animal science that omegas such as 3 and 6 provide a whole host of nutritional benefits. But what actually are they, and how do they help our horses?
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    Every Breath You Take: Supporting Equine Respiratory Health

    The horse is an amazing athlete. Equine anatomy and physiology mean that horses are primed to be able to move effectively and efficiently, and this is why they make such wonderful companions and sporting colleagues fo...
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    A Guide To: Respiratory Health For Horses

    Is it normal for a horse to cough? The short answer is no! It is not normal for a horse to cough at rest, or at the beginning of a riding session. If your horse does cough occasionally or regularly, it suggests some d...
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    Does riding in a bitless bridle limit or prevent Dynamic Laryngeal Collapse?

    Upper respiratory tract (URT) obstruction is a common cause of poor performance in racehorses and a major cause of lost earnings and wastage from training. Bits have often been incriminated as a cause of upper respira...
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    Severe equine asthma is associated with thickening of the pulmonary arteries

    Severe equine asthma leads to raised blood pressure in the pulmonary arteries (pulmonary hypertension) which, if sustained over a long time, can result in right sided heart failure. Lung inflammation and narrowing of ...
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    Antibiotic resistance in bacteria associated with equine respiratory disease in the United Kingdom

    Bacterial infection, often secondary to viral respiratory disease, is an important cause of upper and lower respiratory diseases in horses. The cytological examination and bacterial culture of lower airway respiratory...
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    Accuracy of diagnostic tests for detection of strangles carriers

    Strangles, infection of the upper respiratory tract with Strep equi var. equi, is common in the equine population. A subclinical ‘carrier’ status exists in which residual bacteria persist, usually in the guttural pouc...
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    Can inspiratory muscles be trained to aid upper respiratory tract stability?

    Inspiratory muscle training (IMT) applies a training stimulus directly to the muscles responsible for breathing in. Evidence from human studies indicate that inspiratory muscles can adapt to exercise training (1) usin...
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    Is an Annual Booster Sufficient to Protect my Horse from Equine Influenza?

    As we all found out last year, equine influenza (EI) is a highly contagious respiratory disease. Mandatory vaccination for Thoroughbred racehorses has been implemented in the UK and Ireland for nearly 40 years. Vaccin...
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    How long does equine herpesvirus type‐1 persist in the environment?

    Equid herpesvirus type 1 (EHV‐1) is widespread in equine populations. Whilst the majority of horses have been exposed to this virus by 1 year of age, and typically experience only mild respiratory disease, viral infec...
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